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"Does one really have to fret
No matter what road I travel,
I'm going home."
"No limits, ... he thought,
and he smiled.
His race to learn had begun."
— R. Bach —
"When one looks at it, one cannot
When one listens for it, one cannot
However, when one uses it, it is in-
"The great path has no gates
Thousands of roads enter it.
When one passes through this gateless gate
He walks freely between heaven and earth."
"I spent the entire day in official details;
And it almost pulled me down like the others:
I felt that tiny insane voluptuousness,
Getting this done, finally finishing that."
— T. Storm
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"Decision is the key to destiny."
"Let your eyes look straight
ahead, fix your gaze directly be-
fore you. Make level paths for
your feet and take only ways
that are firm."
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The central business of every human being is to be a real person."
— Harry Emerson Fosdick
"The wind blows hard among the pines toward the beginning of an endless past.
Listen: you've heard everything."
Back Row: Coach Thompson, Thompson H., Stevens K., Pettersson L., Russ R., Gushue A., Dorian
B., Pettersson J., Supple L., French M., Casey J. Middle Row: Willy N., Lydon J., Conners B., Larter
J., Urmson C, Messmer M., MacLean A., Henriksen D., Noble L. Front Row: Demko H., Hayes N.,
Wampole M., Lang M., Sullivan P., Murphy L., Jordan D., McNiece J.
Back Row: Coach Ryan, Deane C, Lane P., Russ C, Anderson F., Snover J., Hughes M., Byrnes E.
Middle Row: Murphy B., Balboni B., Thompson B., Driscoll T., Galo T., Tileston T., Doroni S.,
Hamilton L., Muldoon P., Casey E. Front Row: Laliberte B., Fanz I., Manley R., Capt. Bullock K.,
O'Brien M., Linscott H., Capt. Lincoln M., Cavanaugh L., Balboni P. Missing: Murphy M.
Left to Right: Coach Mrs.
Sides, Quain L., Leary M.,
Carpenter B., Gentile L. Miss-
ing: Arlene Daniels.
Left to Right: Leary K.,
Bortnick B., Dwyer R.,
Fish M., Goodrich B.,
Coonce M., McDonough
S., Coach Getman.
Back Row: Coach Kennedy, Ward T., Phillips M., O'Connell T., Palmer D., Balema G., Cronin B., Rose E.,
Egan T., Capparotta M., Manager. Front Row: Nick, Barba, Cox B., McCarron M., Griffin J., Shaw A.,
McClanahan D., Sullivan M., Cartmill K., Cadigan J.
Back Row: Coach Tom Smith, PagUcia H., Zooleck R., Boyle P., Dunn J., Lynch M., Burkholder W., Miller R., Giarusso R. (Capt.). Fitzwilliams E.
(Capt.), Smith D., Dromeshauser B., Fisher K., Suddeth S., Ribado J., Russel W., Faherty J., Coach John. Front Row: Weiser B., Remmes P., Puleo S.,
O'Mara J., Baoer C, Stevenson M., Richardson T., Cooley E., Whelan G., Werner R.
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Back Row: Coach Kane, Eisenhauer N., Schwob A., Estabrook L., Ingdahl P., Morisette D., Corcoran P.,
Digregario K., Goudas L., Kelley J. Front Row: Boretti L., Kimball D., Stockwell D., Martin M., Eckert K.,
Meader K., Thompson B., Smart S.
Dr. Charles L. Vickery
Dr. William Mahoney
Mr. Lewis Ernst
Sr. Class Admin.
Mrs. Dorothy Galo
Jr. Class Admin.
Mr. Robert O'Day
Soph. Class Admin.
Dr. Richard Lawrence
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1st Row: Dunn J., Remmes P., O'Mara J., Burkholder W., Dromeshauser B., Lambert M., Snover J., Stimson B., Eckert M.
2nd Row: Ward T., Steele E., Lane P., Puleo S., Cooley E., Laughlin J., Egan T., Pare B., Weiser B., McKenzie E. 3rd Row:
Dummas J., Welch J., McKenzie J., Isleb A., Lynch M., Krall T., McHugh T., Burke M., Shawless C. 4th Row: Holbrook
R., Kehoe M., Virtue M., Lambert A., Fitzmaurice J., Galvin J., Rusel W., Buckley J. 5th Row: MacAloon J., Morrison P.,
Cronin B., DaAngelo D., Paglicia H., Zooleck R., Linscott J., Claffey N., Werner R. 6th Row: Dunn J., Capparotta M.
1st Row: Vitti G., Riley S., Farrell D., Mount A., Walton P., Mackey D., Tones D. 2nd Row: Dedian L., Balema G., Gallatly
J., Sullivan D., Berard M., Beatty K., McCarthy P., Wichert C., Coach Conner E. 3rd Row: Coach Low C, Miller R.,
Balboni B., Longo D., Suddeth S., McKenna J., Stuart M., Troya M., Hemberg N., Arthur" D.
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Back Row: Coach Gordon, Eisenhower N., McGrath M., Hamon J., Ertman B., Messmer M., Lenahan K., Corcoran P., Shabaz L., Kaloyanides K.,
Healey E., Marglin S., Granatino S. Front Row: McGinn A., Connors B., Lewis C, Mohrfeld L., Leary M., Zeller D., Lindberg C, Casey J.
Left to Right: Wilson S., Hauser H., Poole S., Supple L., Noble L., Lydon J., Willy N., Coach Ryan.
Back Row: Migill J., McGrath S., Russ C, Billard K., Byrnes E., DeBruin P., Coach Ryan. Front Row: Thompson B.
Driscoll T., Hughes M., Anderson F., Muldoon P. Missing: Murphy M., Burnham P.
Back Row: Galo T., Fitzgerald W., Stanton T. Front Row: Krall G., Messina T., O'Connell T.,
Barber P., Devito J., Ireland J., Beneducci S.
Back Row: C. Zsigalov, M. Ryan, M. Kernan, M. Howly
Middle Row: C. Falvey, K. Fitzwilliam. Front Row: J
Rhines, A. McClean, M. Johnson. Missing: S. Reardon, D
Gray, B. Gordon.
Back Row: A. DeGiacomo, E. Costello, L. Claypoole,
B. Reardon, H. Roberts. Middle Row: N. Brown, R.
Russ, A. Gushue, B. Saplin. Front Row: L. Ruddy, C.
Jennings, K. O'Neal.
Back Row: J. Rhines, P. Sullivan,
C. Falvey, M. Kernan, L. O'Hearn.
Middle Row: M. Ryan, S. Reardon,
C. Zsigalov, C. Jennings. Front
Row: K. Fitzwilliam, S.
Back Row: A. Gushue, S. Pinel, K.
O'Neal, L. Cristadoro. Middle
Row: A. Cay, K. Wichert, T.
Cartmill, R. Gabriel. Front Row: A.
DeGiacomo, T. Redmond, M. Mel-
bourne, L. Claypoole, R. Russ.
Front Row: H. Gorman, B. Falvey, T. Galo, P. Falvey, D. Kaminiski, Capt. T. Messina, G. Balerna, N. Hernberg, J. Barret, M. Gasale, J. Hall. Back Row:
Asst. Coach K. Duggan, P. McCarthy, M. Falvey, J. Neagle, R. Taylor, E. Rose, R. Neville, M. Kehoe, B. Thompson, B. Thome, M. Louis, G. Murphy,
Mgr. W. Russell, T. Jantzen, Coach S. Daly.
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Kneeling: D. Palmer, T. O'Connell. Standing: Coach S. Mortimer, D. Power, P. Barber, T. Alger, D. Martin, M. Daly, J. Smith, J. McAloon, P. Sullivan,
G. Parades, Asst. Coach M. Gilbert. Missing: C. McKenzie, S. Riley.
Back row: J. Pet-
tersson, L. Estabrook,
L. Mohrfeld, L. Can,
L. Goudas, S.
Branatino, Coach M.
Gordan. Front row: K.
Mohrfeld, M. Martin,
K. Shaw, M. Pignat-
aro, A. Schwob, E.
Back row — E. Marsh, K. Nelson, L. Burleigh, M. Messmer, B. Stimson, J. Snover, D. Johnson, S. McGrath,
P. DeBruin, A. Ireton, Coach Ryan. Middle row — H. Farstad, S. Poole, L. Supple, R. Campbell, P.
Muldoon, E. Byrnes, B. Buckley, K. Billard. Front row — D. Henriksen, M. French, P. Walton, P. Lane, }.
Snover, J. Gellatly, M. Hughes, K. Beatty, F. Anderson, T. Driscoll.
Coach Roberts, R. Robinson, J. Fulton, H. Barberian, L. Hamilton, S. Fulton, E. Schuler.
S. Brenard, B. Connors, L. Noble, M
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Selene M. Achille
Selene: The desire to avoid suffering is the longing to be dead.
Meredith: Free at last, What a blast!
Maribeth: We can't return, we can only look behind from where
Frank: "What a long strange trip it's been."
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John: The grass is always greener on the other side of the hill.
George: What we've done or left undone in the short run will
determine the long run.
Jackie: Keep smiling for today is the tomorrow you worried
Paul: To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also
dream, not only plan, but also believe.
Mary Ann: Remember Yesterday . . . Live Today . . . And
dream of tomorrow.
Mary: It is good to give when asked, but it is better to give when
unasked through understanding.
Ted: The problem with this country today is apathy, but then
again, who cares?
Kirk: There was an orange, his name was Fred, someone tricked
him and painted him red.
Mary Alicia Barnes
Silvia: Follow every rainbow till you find your dream.
Robert: Maybe Tomorrow.
Stephen: "Only 4 years left"
Michael: "Entirely too many school days open at 7:30 sharp and
end at 2:00 dull."
Heidi: "Look out world here I come."
Bish: The memory of the times we have spent together shall last
Robert L. Belknap
Heidi A. Berman
Wendy: Half of the fun of having a friend is being one yourself.
Janet: Always take the time to say what's in your heart. —
Bill: I really have enjoyed my stay but I must be movin' on.
Chris: If you see someone without a smile give him one of yours.
Nancy: Memories are not to be forgotten, for if they are forgotten
it's like they were never there.
Sue Ann Brash
William Norman Broderick
Joyce E. Bruzzese
Sherri: "Friendship is a gift of feeling . . . ever warm, ever
growing." Thanks Hingham High.
Allyson: Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you've
been up to!
Joyce: A dreamer lives forever ... a thinker dies in a day.
Bull: Leave yesterday behind, and dream about tomorrow.
Joan: Now is the time, we're ready to go into a world that we
don't know, always P.A., L.S., .EN., J.H., J.O.
Wayne: Things will come to those who wait.
Kevin: Anne '79-? "Love in Christ."
Laurie Lee: "Reality needs improvement."
Laurie Lee Campbell
Amanda Maria Capezuto
Elizabeth A. Carpenter
John G. Can
Thomas K. Canoll
Amanda: "The Book Worm weaves in and out of characters until
it finds, in many different likenesses, it's own self." A.C.
Lisa: Don't let the world change your mind. MGA.
Beth: A friend is someone who knows all about you and loves
you just the same. — Get psyched!! Chicki.
John: "He who is free lives as he chooses."
Thomas: "Never look down to test the ground before taking your
next step: only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon
will find his right road."
Tracey: My rainbow; winding wildly in circles, never ending
and simply beautiful. P.P., S.S.S. S.S.S.! G.C., K.G., M.V.
forever — cheerleading.
Anne: "What's a shirt without the collar up? Chickie! M&M's!
No. 5! Ding! S.J.!"
William: "We won't get fooled again."
Lil: "For ye shall have eternal life that loveth God and your
Debbie: "Green grass and high tides forever."
Chuck: "How short would this be?"
Kirk: "Everything is less than zero."
Anne D. Cay
Edward T. Clark
Debbie: "You haven't lived till you've loved."
Code: "Munga, hypa, psyche, get down, baby."
Beth: "We have grown together in sunshine and in shade."
Julia: "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God."
Laura: "Happiness is spiritual, born of Truth and Love."
Frank: "What's so funny about peace, love, and understanding."
John: "The long and winding road has come to an end of our
Amy Lynn Craig
Ed: "you've got to live life that's all you do, nobody is going to
live your life for you."
Tubba: "Peace, Love, Tranquility"
Margaret: Don't take the long way home.
Amy: A thought, a smile, is how friendship begins ... a mem-
ory is how it lasts.
Karen: Nothing is enough for the man to whom enough is too
little. — M.H.P.G.D.B.
Lisa: Dreams are treasures of yesterday that cannot be stolen,
only lost. Hold on to them with all your might, and you've got
Denise: To a friend's house, the road is never long.
Bud: The supreme happiness in life is the conviction that we are
Katy: Keep hold of today's dreams for they are the key to tomor-
Larry: The good times are the best times, the bad times fade
Robin: Behind the smile you see are the tears of a clown . . .
Always and forever . . .
Guido: Life is a Long and Winding Road
Bobby B.: Reality can never be reached, you gotta go after your
Larry: Success is in how hard you try at something.
Tim: Demand excellence, refuse to accept mediocrity.
Bouncer: "You've got to live life for yourself. You can't live life
for anyone else." The Kinks
Timothy J. Driscoll
Toby: Look upon the rainbow and praise Him that made it.
Egor: Que sera, sera.
Gail Ela: . . . Beyond; where the horizon lies. . .
Debbie: Fly high over the rainbow, proud birds, you're free at
Michael C. Eckert
Laura Ann Falls
Betsy: Ready am I to go, and my eagerness with sails full set
awaits the wind.
Linda: "Let the good times roll" — June 8
Margaret: Man's greatest handicap is his inability to see himself
as he appears to others.
Laura: "Laughter is the music of the soul."
Chris: What you are, is God's gift to you. What you become, is
your gift to God.
David: "The game is up."
Hanne: Smil og var glad tor huer dag som gar, sa skal du se huor
mange venner du tar.
Lance H. J. Ferguson
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Nacho: No ploris per no veure el sol, perque les llagrimes no et
deixaran vevre les estrelles.
Lynda: Nothing is impossible for the man who won't listen to
Linda: We've always made it thru-together-think back and you
shall see it was a fine memory.
Susan: Goodbye stranger — it's been nice.
Kristen: No one can ever have a rainbow, until they have a little
Kathy: Do what you want to do and go where you're going to-
think for yourself.
Marisa: That's the way of the world.
Tay: "I hke it."
Steve: A man in the dark cannot see. Dominus illuminatio mea.
Danna: The only reward of virtue is virtue; the only way to have
a friend is to be one. M.S., Bum. Danna, Woody, Forever!
"Spundy baby": Live life to the fullest — smile — be happy;
make every moment a happy experience. You only live once!
(spunk, hema, megsta and P.W.)
Grapes: I went shopping for a perfect ending, couldn't find one
so I bought a new beginning.
Jodi: "Wild horses" "Adidas" "143 Scott" "JPMTCPT"
Kathleen: There's a lot I can learn and a lot that I've yet to see.
Susan: It's been such a long time, I think I should be going.
Robin: Don't do today what you can do tomorrow.
Julie: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and
I love today.
Kate: We must set the highest goals we can for ourselves, and see
them through as best we know how, otherwise our lives are
Tom: Ask not what your school has done for you, but what you
have done for your school.
Jenny: Some leaders are born women.
Kim: "Freebird" "Pits" "Scituate" "Joyce" "G.B.'s"
Karen: "and I'm never going back to my old school!"
"Countdown to Ecstacy," "Steely Dan" "My old school"
J-Jay: We will either find a way or make one.
Jeanne: "I've always preferred goals to quotas."
Lisa: If you can't be an athlete, be an athletic supporter.
Paul: It's been long, It's been fun, thank God it's done.
James: I'm as free as a bird now.
Tammy Anne Greeley
Tammy: Mankind inevitably destroys all that is beautiful by
attempting to create its own beauty.
Dianne: Your care for others is the measure of your greatness.
Laurie: A new day-a new way, I knew that I would see the dawn,
you go your way and I'll go mine and life will carry on.
Gabriel: Ain't wastin' time no more.
Jenny: It's been a long winding road.
Maureen: Take it where you find it. MGA
Len: He who drives the hardest, goes the farthest.
Jane: God is truth and light His shadow.
Suzy: When you try to make an impression, that is the impres-
sion you make.
Maura: I believe the future is only the past again, entered
through another gate.
The Bud: It's a new day, new time and there's a new feeling in
the air, so pick it up now!
Hekd: . . . It's better to burn out than it is to die, Hey, Hey, my,
Leonard Joseph Hamilton
Maura S. Harling
Jeffrey Stanton Healey
Ted: It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do
that is the secret of happiness.
Donna: You are a free person. I am so happy because in your
freedom you chose me to be your friend.
Jenny: Many the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be
always at your back, may the sun shine warm upon your face,
and the rain fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet
again someday, may God hold you in the palm of his hands.
And the memories that we have shared linger on and on.
Paul: Over the teeth and through the gums, look out liver cause
here it comes.
Pam: I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength.
Cheryl: It's not red, it's strawberry blonde!! Really . . JPMTCPT
Michael: The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.
Donna L. Henrikson
Teresa A. Hunnefeld
Mary Lee Jasinski
David A. Johnson
Jim: Life ends someday. Make the best of it now.
Don: If I can't do great things, I will do small things greatly.
Mary Lee: We the willing, led by the unknown, have done so
much, with so little, for so long, We are now qualified to do
anything, with nothing.
Carol: Full of pep, full of fun, a laugh and a smile for everyone.
D.J.: Listen to the music!
Michael: There is only one kind of honesty, either you are or you
Doug: The future is never hard to see, as long as you try.
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Susan Marie Jones
Cindy: Seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened.
Kathy: We do not remember days, we remember moments.
David: Can you say that?
Beau: Our yesterdays and todays are the blocks with which we
Katie: For those who laugh may God laugh with you. For those
who do not, may God teach you..
Julie: "Love when you can, cry when you have to, be who you
must, it's a part of the plan."
Ellie: You don't get nothin' for nothin'.
Greg: Happiness in life comes of the capacity to feel deeply, to
enjoy simply, to think freely.
Terri: If you've gone this far, don't stop. It's not the end, it's just
beginning. 143 .. . JPMTCPT
Skeets: The wildest colts make the best horses.
Martha: You see things as they are and ask "why?" I dream
things that were and ask "Why not?"
Gregory B. Lally
Martha A. Leary
Kathleen M, Lenahan
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Kathleen: "Sometimes I can laugh and cry and I can't remember
why, but I still love those good times gone by. Hold on to them
close and never let them go."
Wazoo: "There is a road, no simple highway. And if you go, no
one may follow. That path is for your steps alone."
Carol: "Special joys, special places, special friends together; the
moments pass so quickly, the memories are forever.
Lorrie: "Love is like a butterfly, it goes wherever it pleases and
pleases wherever it goes."
Clare: "Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes. I'm afraid its time
for goodbye again."
Missy: "I have friends to discover, and a great many things to
Patricia: "Your young you'll get over it. Wear it out! JPMTCPT"
Kevin Richard MacRae
Andy: "One of the greatest disadvantages of life is to be blessed
Wazoo: "May I never forget the great friends, the incredible
parties and the excellent music!"
Greg: "I would like to be remembered for making things a little
Dan: "Remember, Harborlight Mall November 4, 1979. Nice legs
Kathy: "To have a friend is to be a friend. Thanks J.G., D.M.,
"Mac": "Without dreams, of hope and pride, a man will die.
'Children of Sanchez'."
Susan: "If I hadn't done it someone else would have done it
before me; L.P.D., Bony & Rida."
Jane: "Follow all the paths you find, forever winding, forever
Shirley: "Well no telling where I go from here. I'm so very tired
and. my thoughts aren't clear."
Stephanie: "Remember yesterday. Enjoy today. Anticipate to-
Mimi: "Sorria, mesmo que seu sorriso seja triste, pois mais triste
que um sorriso triste e a tristeza de nao saber sorrir."
"Munchkin": "Good things come in small packages."
Erminia M.M. Marquezi
David: "Free by a world of marsh that borders a world of sea."
Ken: "Now the fun ends and the work begins."
Marie: "In the heart of the soul there is a wordless song. (M, H, P,
Leslie: "Happy are those who dream dreams, and are ready to
pay the price to make them come true."
Kathy: "ICuidado de los tios verdes!"
Paul: "What you think of yourself matters more than what others
think of you."
David: "A new day will dawn for those who stand long; the
forests will echo with laughter."
Marie T. Martin
David J. McDonald
Monica Marie McGrath
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Sean: "I would much rather have men ask why I have no statue,
than why I have one."
Jean: "There's a light at the end of every tunnel."
Monica: "A quote is better than none at all."
Jackie: "You can give without loving, but you can't love without
Ed: "Fill your water bed with beer and get a foam mattress."
Peter: "If you are not satisfied with yourself strive until you
reach your goal."
H. Samuel Meader
Sam: May the four winds blow you home again. "I like em",
mountain climbing, P.J.L.
Jeffrey: Salve et suge!
Brian: Cogito ergo sum.
Tony: Why take life serious, you'll never get out of it alive.
Marie: We shape our lives not by what we carry with us but by
what we leave behind.
Nancy: No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings.
Tex: Grace under pressure.
Drew: Don't know quite what to do. I've been acting my life in
phases. Is it really true that they're keeping us locked in
Cam: Lose your dreams, and you may lose your mind.
Susan: A little smile goes a long way.
Francis: A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the
Joe: If I don't see you no more on this world, I'll meet you on
the next one and don't be late.
Debby: Those who worry about tomorrow never live today.
Alan: For us, there is only trying. The rest is not our business.
Mullibar: Smile is the sensation of feeling good all over and
showing it in one spot.
Liz: Take things as they come, but try to make things come as
you would like to take them.
Elizabeth M. Mullen
Matt: To accomplish is a victory. To accomplish well is a mira-
Moe: "Still", "Go for it", "Adidas", "143 met", "JPMTCPT"
Susan: Sweet is success attained through manifold struggles and
Ellen: Lively up yourself! J.J.J. & L. Forever.
Lori-ann: Such a long time to be gone, and a short time to be
Nilas: Den som gapar efter mycket, four kaeken ur led.
Richard Stephen Neville
Richard: "It's been real" and thanks for everything Marcy M.
Laura: As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
Jenny: The most wasted of all days is a day we have not laughed.
Tucker: Life is a gift to be lived; not a problem to be solved.
Lynne: Friendship is like a precious gem, the longer you trea-
sure it, the more valuable it becomes.
Jana: "I'm sailing away; hopefully far away always. EN, TB, LS,
Kathleen: From the quiet homes and first beginnings, out to the
undiscovered ends, there is nothing worth the wear of win-
ning but laughter and the love of friends.
Chris: The worth of a man isn't in what he attains, but in what he
longs to attain — AS.
Cristina: "Parar el mundo que me quiere bajar!"
Lauren: Do not fret for gifts come from above in their own pecu-
Julie: How's life? Now that it's over, when's the reunion? Bas-
ketball, Steve Martin.
Eric: Only those who think they've failed have.
Megan: Don't take yourself too seriously; laugh, and you will
love and learn.
Nancy: People who matter are those aware that everyone else
Sue: Life goes on with the memories left behind forever. Cheer-
Baye: Forever questing the unconquerable sv^^amps.
Maria: When you think you've completed life's puzzle, someone
hands you another piece.
Steve: Make the best of what you have now, and continue to live.
Pat: Smile our day is finally here!
Rat: Green grass and high tides make me a fool for the city.
Stephen D. Pizzelli
Robert J. Player
James W. Powers, Jr.
Raym: Taxation shall never return.
Susan: If all my attempts in whatever I do, turn out worse than
they intended to, I will lift my head, smile not cry, relax and
say at least I've tried.
K.C.: Take time to laugh, it's the music of the soul . . . Lion.
Paul: Track's alright but it takes balls to play Lacrosse.
Dusty: Dusty, the American dream rules all.
Doctour: Remember those Lalli boys and the cabin.
Kirk W. Richner
David A. Rizzotto
R. Edward Rose III
John S. Routhier
Rocket: You don't have to know where you're going, as long as
you're on your way.
David: R.U. READY 2 ROCK?
Skitter: Animals have feelings too.
Routy: Smile if you like to crank!
Marje: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you. Bless
those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you.
Laurie: Never wait or hesitate, get in there before it's too late,
'cause you may never get another chance 'cause it's a mask,
but it don't last, live it long and live it fast.
Janice: People tell me that I'm crazy — that's nothin that I didn't
know . . . FM
Bonie: Back in the saddle again.
Prima Salsa: This is my Turning Pointe.
John: Car and motorcycle freak.
Robert R. Ruth
Maureen Katherine Ryan
Johanneke: All Educated Americans come to Europe. Don't ask
what kind of Europeans come to America.
Jay: Inner tranquility is the only means by which one can
achieve the goal beyond materialism.
Tim: Everyone we meet becomes a part of us and we a part of
Dan: Have faith and be strong.
Susan: All the world's a stage, and all the men and women
Ted: Even a little Breeze Rocks the Boat.
Greg: Thank God it's Friday!
Jay C. Snover
Daniel G. Snyder
Robert C. Stimson
John: Life's been good and getting better.
Edmond: God helps those who help themselves . . . so it looks
like I'm going to make it.
Stimmer: "Not Quality but Quantity — B.L.S. Strikes again."
Linda: Is this the end, or just the beginning?
Jane: You do not know me, nor will you ever; Unless I let you.
Nancy: If you have love in your life, it can make up fo^ a great
many things you lack. If you don't have it, no matter what else
there is, it's not enough.
Sully: Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear but with
a manly heart.
David N. Sullivan
Karen E. Swanson
Pamela: "Can I just tell you something" ... I will survive,
Always and Forever.
Paul: Do not lead, for I may not follow. Do not follow, for I may
not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend.
Heather: This day will never come again.
Stephenie: A friend doubles the joy and halves the sorrow.
Scott: "There comes a Time." Neil Young
Jean: "Let the good Times Roll' — June 8 '79
Jane: The best things in Life can never be kept, a kiss, a smile
and Love — Kirk.
Ann: I can because I think I can.
Maureen: Good luck to all, strive for your dreams.
Mickey: Yesterday cannot return and tomorrow won't be the
same. Good Luck to all.
Scott W. Thorp
Donna: "Humble thyself for there is a place of quiet and rest."
peace and understanding be with you.
Laura: Take advantage of life, it takes advantage of you. Always:
J.B, J.H.,E.N.,].0.. W.C.
Jay: The stone which the builders rejected has become the head
of the corner.
Karen: That which grows slowly endures.
Martha: In every moment there's a reason to carry on. GOD, SSl,
Pit, HCO, AFS, Sally.
Lynn: Light of love to live by. Wine of friendship to share. Bread
to nourish heart and soul.
Kathy: Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken
winged bird that cannot fly.
George: I cannot heave my heart into my mouth.
Sally: Let the good times roll. June 8, 1979.
Mick: As I treat danger, a pure collection, as I throw away mis-
conception, I'm going for the one.
Thomas: T.G.I.O. Thank God It's Over.
k ! J
Jerry: Seize the day, for in it holds the opportunities and memo-
ries of tomorrow.
Pablo: The love you have for someone special is something you
should cherish for the rest of your life.
Nancy: Silences make the real conversations between friends,
not the saying, but the never needing to say is what counts.
Jean: . . . that we may have life and may have it abundantly.
Ocean: There are many dreams, but only you can make them
Kim: If you do not understand my silence; you will not under-
stand my words.
Julie: Flapping your arms can be flying.
Peter: The good times are the best times, the bad times fade
Debbie: There's a light in the depths of your darkness — let it
Ski: They lost because they did not listen to the captain.
Deb: We are all travellers in the wilderness of life, and the best
we find is an honest friend.
Don: To be rich is no longer a sin — it's a miracle.
Di: Today there is a smile floating on the wind. Smile with it
. . . because you know it comes from me. Peter R. Stone.
Producer: Tom Carroll
Director: Julie Pettersson
The Senior Class wishes to thank you, Dorothy Galo, for being our Grade
Administrator before becoming Department Head of the Mathematics Cur-
riculum. More important is to thank you for being our excellent friend and
Back: J. Coletti, M.
Farnham, B. Saplin,
H. Visser, K. Asnes, G.
Lally, P. Hiscock, J.
Shafto, M. Holland, B.
Ciccolo, A. Meisler, P.
Muldoon, J. Duggan,
J. Meisler. Middle: M.
Arena, S. Sommer, D.
Coronite, M. Diaz, C.
Vaughn, J. O'Brian, D.
Cameron, D. Sommer,
M. Melvourne, L.
Murdy, C. Street, M.
Vigneau, R. Fox, B.
Megquier. Front: S.
Hansel, M. Muller,
S. Marshall, J. Es-
chweiler, K. Ma-
honey, K. Gushing,
L. Pettersson, G. Russ,
J. Pettersson, ].
Leonard, S. Black-
wood K. Harrington,
Back: P. Hiscock, K. Mahoney, C. Jennings, L. Govin, L.
Walton, S. Sommer, M. Holland. Middle: G. Lally, B.
Megquier, J. Golvin. Back: J. O'Brian, J. Meisler, K. Gush-
4th row: S. Sommer, J. Golvin, L. Walton, J. O'Brian, G. Jennings, G. Gho, G. Lally, D. Svedman, B.
Megquier, E. Fee, J. Borowko. 3rd row: L. Golvin, K. Asnes, G. Vaughn, M. Arena, D. Sommer, J.
Leonard, A. Meisler, M. Leonard, R. Knab. 2nd row: M. Holland, M. Muller, M. Rarnham, J.
Pettersson, E. Schnabel, M. Diaz, K. Lally. 1st row: K. Gushing, K. Mahoney, J. Meisler, P.
4th row: J. Bertner, M. Pearce, K. Beatty, M. Vigneau. 3rd row: E.
Norton, T. O'Brien, L. Colford, J. Armstrong, H. Visser, L. Quain.
2nd row: J. Baylow, L. Rydin, G. Godwin, P. Morrisson. 1st row:
L. Enzaldi, J. Leonard.
4th row: K. Mahoney. 3rd row: O. Harling, C. Srping,
K. Lally. 2nd row: J. Eshcweiler, M. Muller, D. Coro-
nite. 1st row: K. Gushing, S. Blackwood.
4th row: K. Grundstrom, L. Rydin, J. Baylow, J. Armstrong, M. Leonard, J. McGill, J. Scholler, S. Noble, G.
Godwin, J. Scalli, L. Billard, P. Spena. 3rd row: G. Marshall, A. Guller, S. Wilson, E. Norton, J. Eschweiler, C.
Quain, S. Johnson, L. Quain, P. Franklin, C. Dawe, L. Colford, D. Cody. 2nd row: S. Lucas, O. Harling, M.
Pearce, T. O'Brian, K. Asnes, C. Vaughn, P. Nionakas, J. Bertner, M. Fairfield, M. Vigneau, R. Hood. 1st row:
M. Cole, M. Muller, M. Holland, K. Beatty, H. Visser, T. Greeley, S. Marglin, M. Ryan, J. O'Brian, }. Leonard, L.
4th row: E. Norton, H. Visser, M. Vig-
neau. 3rd row: M. Pearce, J. Leonard, M.
Shaw. 2nd row: L. Quain, J. Baylow, C.
Quain. 1st row: C. Vaughn, T. Greeley.
Back row — B. Stimson, S. Puleo, G. Loomis, J. Lydon. Front row — A. Robinson, J. Magill, E. Marsh, S.
Brown, E. Howard, F. Argiro.
Back row — K. Mahoney, J. Fulton, J. Shafto. Front row — J.
Weston, S. Fulton, E. Norton.
Back row — J. Meisler, N. Peterson, A. Needel, L. Walton, B. Meg-
quier. Front row — J. Weston, C. Cho.
Fourth row — J. Weston, B. Megquier, L. Pettersson, A. Gorfinkle. Third row — M. McManus, L. Walton, P.
Hiscock, E. Schnabel, H. Breed, B. Broderick, K. Gonyea, E. Kent, A. Needel, M. Hughes. Second row — J.
Rattray, J. Williams, S. McDonough, B. Collier. First row — A. Casciato, J. Meisler, M. Locke, L. Chen, L.
Mohrfeld, J. Watson.
Third row — J. Williams, L. Chen. Second row — N. Faus, S. Nalbandian, M. Shaw,
L. Mullen. First row — D. Zsigalove, C. Joyce, T. Earley.
Fourth row — B. Megquier, C. Cho. Thrid row — J. Rattray,
G. Lally, B. Broderick, M. MacNeil. Second row — J. Wil-
liams, A. Craig, C. Lewis, J. Meisler. First row — Amy
Back: T. Snowber (treasurer). Front: C.
Falvey (vice president), C. Brown (presi-
dent), B. Carpenter (secretary).
National Honor Society
1st row: W. Blair, M. Messmer, J. Hamon, T. Earley, B. Ertman (sec), C. Joyce (treasurer), L. Chen (pres.), A.
Mount(VP), C. Jennings, J. Williams, S. Sommer, S. Marglin. 2nd row: T. Snowber, J. Watson, M. Locke, S.
Reardon, K. Fitzwilliam, M. French, L. Estabrook, M. Ryan, S. Brash, P. Hiscock, M. Arena. 3rd row: K. Crepeau, L.
O'Hearn, N. Peterson, C. Lindberg, S. Brown, D. Zeller, C. Lewis, M. Harling, D. Grundstrom, H. Visser, S.
Nalbandian. 4th row: K. Beatty, J. Shafto, S. Fulton, J. Pettersson, C. Brown, T. O'Connell, M. Barnes, L. Noble, N.
Sturgis, T. Greeley. 5th row: L. Hamilton, G. MacCune, M. Hughes, B. Weiser, M. Murphy, L. Mohrfeld, J. Meisler,
E. Phillips. Missing: K. O'Neal, E. Falvey, C. O'Neill.
M. Jasinski (Treas.). M. Hughes
(V.P.), S. McDonough (Pres.), S. Han-
Back row — J. McAloon, P. Morrison, T. Snowber, T. O'Connell, A. Mount, G. MacCune, G. Murphy, B.
McCarthy, N. Hernberg, C. Brown. Fifth row — J. Dumas, M. Navin, S. Manjos, B. Price, L. Carr, L. Shea,
J. Watson, L. Burke, M. Stuart. Fourth row — M. Murphy, M. McGrath, }. Snover, P. Muldoon, R. Miller,
T. Galo, K. Shaw, S. Brown, M. Dwyer, D. Carroll, L. Weiss. Third row — L. Chen, A. Warden, S. Savola,
J. Casey, A. Ireton, J. Magill, P. McCarthy, K. Fitzwilliam, S. Reardon, B. Collier, M. Pignataro, B.
Carpenter. Second row — M. Walsh, L. Gifun, J. Cundari, E. Costello, H. Thompson, J. Godwin, M.
Arena, N. Warden, M. Leary, M. French, C. Falvey. First row — S. McDonough, S. Hansel, M. Hughes.
Seated — M. Chen, L. Hamilton, O'Neill. Standing
— S. Nalbandian, T. Earley, L. Chen, C. Joyce, E.
Norton, J. Shafto, S. Fulton.
Junior Class Officers
J. Magill (Treas.), P. Morrison (V.P.), G. Murphy (Pres.), D.
Back row — P. Burdette, E. Kent.Third row — J. Fulton, A. Lydon, H. Roberts, L. Berry,
J. Casey, S. Smith, T. Redmond, M. Milburn. Second row — E. Schnabel, M. Holland,
G. Manley, B. Dorian, L. Claypoole, S. Savola, D. Riley, L. Walton, B. Dillon. First row
— S. Riley, D. Svedman, A. Casciato, M. Chen, R. Russ, J. Lydon, N. Hall.
S. Manjos (Treas.), M. Navin (Pres.), P. Muldoon (V.P.),
D. Carroll (Sec).
3rd row: K. Fitzwilliam, D. Henriksen, D. Grundstrom, A. Mount, B. Collier, J. Norris, S. Thompson, B.
Megquier, P. McCarthy, M. Barnes, K. Kaloyanides, S. Nalbandian. 2nd row: C. Falvey, C. Jennings, S.
Reardon, C. Lewis, M. Shaw, M. French, }. Meisler, M. Hughes, C. Brown, G. MacCune, B. Ertman. 1st
row: K. Redmond, J. Watson, N. Warden, J. Pettersson, K. O'Neal, M. Murphy, M. Locke, B. Carpenter, S.
Brown. Special thanks to Diare Gudstrom and Jean Watson.
3rd row: N. Fans, M. Marquezi. 2nd row: J. Smeding, H.
Velazquez, N. Naslund. 1st row: N. Ortiz, C. Kommer, H.
Farstad, C. Orero.
5th row: J. Baylow, A. Culler. 4th row: M. French, E. Schnabel, M.
Harling, J. Smeding, N. Peterson. 3rd row: S. Brown, M. Shaw, M.
Marquezi, L. Paul, C. O'Neill, J. Lydon. 2nd row: G. Loomis, T.
Snowber, D. Grundstrom, L. Chen. 1st row: C. Kommer, N. Faus, H.
Thanks to Dr. Sommer for
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Linda and Earl Alger
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mooradian
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Gellatly
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Mullane
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson
Bill and Suzanne Giarrusso
Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. Murphy
Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Arena
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Gorfinkle
Mr. and Mrs. Haig Nalbandian
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Barry
Mary E. Goudas
Nancy and Don Noble
Mr. and Mrs. Willi Beck
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gray
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Donna and Rene Berard
Frank and Carol Grundstrom
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Halpin
Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips
Mrs. Diane Hamon
Mr. and Mrs. John Pignataro
Mrs. Jean M. Booth
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Puleo
Pat and Bud Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hansel
Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Browne
Dr. and Mrs. O.K. Harhng
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rattray, Sr.
Joan M. Burke
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heapes
Arlene and Bob Richner
Dr. and Mrs. Russel Henriksen
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Riley
Dr. and Mrs. A. Alden Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Heney
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Rizzotto
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carr
Gerard and Margaret Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rudenauer
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isabell
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Childs
Clint and Ellen Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Scothorne
Gordon and Martta Clogston
Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Shaw, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Colford
Mr. and Mrs. James Koehlinger
Sandi and Kim Shaw
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Walter and Marie Egan
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